Qantas is planning to increase its capacity to meet the high passenger demand ahead of Easter holidays. Qantas will increase flights on the Sydney-Melbourne-Brisbane triangle by 57 additional return services per week, increasing capacity by 11 points to 93% of pre-COVID levels. Qantas is also adding seats on transcontinental services to-and-from Perth using Airbus A330 fleet. With this, around 50% of Qantas’ flights from Melbourne and Sydney to Perth will be operated by widebody aircraft. Over the next six months, Jetstar is boosting its domestic and international flying capacity by around 15 percentage points, with another four new Airbus A321neo
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